Günter Kemmerling

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Following demand from the user community regarding the possibility of improving the experimental resolution, the dedicated high-intensity/extended Q-range SANS diffractometer KWS-2 of the Jü lich Centre for Neutron Science at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Center in Garching was equipped with a double-disc chopper with a variable opening slit window and(More)
The KWS-2 SANS diffractometer is dedicated to the investigation of soft matter and biophysical systems covering a wide length scale, from nm to µm. The instrument is optimized for the exploration of the wide momentum transfer Q range between 1x10-4 and 0.5 Å-1 by combining classical pinhole, focusing (with lenses), and time-of-flight (with chopper) methods,(More)
Dynacore's project objective is to provide tools for the remote operation of large physics experiments [1], [2], [3]. Our group concentrates on the design of a remote control room for the Textor-94 plasma-physics experiment [4], which will incorporate a distributed database, accessible with Corba over Internet [5]. During normal operation, Textor-94(More)
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